Participants can opt to walk or run to support humane treatment of pets. Prizes are awarded for top pledge collectors.
The 22nd season of the Omnibus Lecture Series at IPFW features Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush; Fort Wayne native and New York Times journalist Charlie Savage; NCAA president Mark Emmert; and Dr. Bennet Omalu, the basis of the Will Smith movie “Concussion.”
Fort Wayne was at the center of invention to dispense fuel about a century ago. See the first self-regulating fuel pumps at the History Center as a part of 200@200.
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Tips may be called in to Crime Stopper hot lines at any time; 436-STOP or 1-800-237-STOP.
See the corvette at car shows in the area now through September 4, 2016.
WANE-TV Community Calendars and PSAs are free services for area nonprofit organizations.
The game provides entertainment and raises awareness of medical school to physicians and medical related businesses.
Tombstone Trail is now open in Noble County.
Book bags/backpacks are still the number one requested item.
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Duck sponsors are $5 per duck and admission is free.
As we head into Spring, and spring cleaning, Mustard Seed is hoping that the public will think to repurpose items by donating them to the Furniture Bank.
There are no easy answers to homelessness, but local groups are ready to help.
The National Weather Service preliminary rated it as an EF-3, but the survey has not been completed yet.
2017 will mark the 25th anniversary of a very active sister city relationship with Gera, Germany.
The event, at Foster Park, was organized by Lisa Clemens after she lost her 4-year-old Maltipoo, Mazie.
The 8th annual Taste of the Arts festival will kick off on Friday, August 26th at 6:00 p.m. and continue on August 27 beginning at 11:00 a.m.
Three more accessible parking spots are now available in downtown Fort Wayne.
The animal welfare organization offers reminders as Allen County experiences a flash flood watch.
The lawsuit argues that female students at the high school “live in constant anxiety, fear and apprehension that a biological boy will walk in at any time while they use the locker rooms and showers and see them in a state of undress or naked.”
The event hopes to teach students how to handle situations like the Virgina plane crash.
Anyone is welcome to attend the event.
Some of the van passengers were members of a water polo team from a local high school headed to a tournament.
Early Learning Indiana CEO and president Ted Maple says families want pre-kindergarten programming but have a hard time paying for it.